Manufacturing Drawn Over Mandrel Tubing begins with a process.
After measuring the proper width, coils of steel are slit to obtain the desired tube size. In addition, the tube is then is cold formed. The strips are joined together by using an electric resistance welder (ERW) under pressure. Also, the tube is cut to size and made ready for machining. After cleaning the tube goes through a process that heats and cools it slowly (annealed). Furthermore, making it tougher by eliminating any internal stresses. The tube then “drawn over mandrels” via specified dies which will thin the walls and reduce the diameter to a specified dimension.
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